Grants

Past Projects – FIG

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY22 Q1 – July

Two Year Overview

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q4 – April

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q3 – January

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q2 – October

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q1 – July

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q4 – April

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q3 – January

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q2 – October

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q1 – July

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 – Annual


#July 2021SponsorTotal Project
Value
Requested FIG Funding
1Sand Mountain OHV Staging Area: This grant intends to create a new staging area to replace the old .6 acre staging area. The applicant intends to build a 5-acre gravel staging area with 50 delineated parking spaces and a 2-stall pit toilet. The surrounding fence will be donated by the BLM and installed by the project sponsor.Desert Roads and Trail Society$249,029.00$100,000.00
2Ephraim Ambulance Side by Side: This grant would assist with the search and rescue (SAR) coverage of Ephraim and Sanpete County. The project sponsor covers over 125 square miles of terrain and intends to purchase a properly equipped UTV to assist with responding to OHV related accidents.Ephraim Ambulance Association$35,084.00$28,485.00
3Marketing North Lake Powell, “Rally in Bullfrog Valley”: The purpose of this grant is to bring OHV enthusiasts from Utah and the Four Corner region together to discover the trail networks on remote trails around Eastern Garfield County, Eastern Wayne County, Western San Juan County, and Eastern Kane County. The project sponsor intends to use the funding to help promote and hold a  3-day rally.Friends of Ticaboo$12,100.00$7,000.00
4Mapping of Glen Canyon NRA OHV Trails: Funding will help the project sponsor map newly opened trails within the boundaries of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Funding from this grant will also help with printing costs of these maps and will include OHV regulations for the different trails.Friends of Ticaboo$11,000.00$8,000.00
5Iron County SAR Equipment Acquisition: This grant would assist the project sponsor in obtaining the emergency equipment needed with SAR. Iron County has a varying elevation and is in need of a larger UTV that can be outfitted with equipment and accessories for rough terrain and inclement weather. Iron County Search and Rescue$48,339.00$38,299.00
6Promote Utah OHV Tourism to the Chinese American Community: The sponsor intends to create a website in Mandarin that will display OHV related knowledge, safety issues, driving skills, etiquette, etc. The project will bring Chinese travelers to Utah and teach them the ethics surrounding the sport. The Sponsor will also create courses to educate current Chinese American citizens who are interested in learning more about OHV recreation within Utah.Utah Chinese Association$60,000.00$30,000.00
7Sevier County SAR OHV Equipment Upgrade (Orignal request of $61,897.00): Funding will be used to purchase one replacement machine required to assist with SAR operations. This machine will be a smaller UTV to accommodate 50” trails.Sevier County Sheriff’s Office$23,500.00$19,000.00
8Beaver County Sheriff’s Office: The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help with the purchase and installation of equipment required for SAR and patrols. Equipment includes a radio system, lights, PA, headsets, and wiring.Beaver County Sheriff’s Office$37,817.00$10,458.00
10OHV Youth Education Incentive Items: The project sponsor is asking for assistance in purchasing incentive items for Junior Rangers upon completion of the program. Funding will also help develop the OHV Junior Ranger program, encourage younger generations to become more involved in OHV recreation, and potentially create a future generation with fewer OHV related injuries. Items intended to be purchased include youth helmets, youth gloves, and other incentive items.Utah State OHV Program$11,500.00$7,500.00
12Color County OHV Trail – Safety Equipment & Supplies: Funding will be used to maintain three trails; Lost Springs, Chloride Mountains, and Big Basket Springs. The project sponsor also intends to use the funding to purchase safety equipment for their employees and volunteers. A kiosk is needed for the North Hills OHV Trail Segment and signage will be replaced along all the trails listed.Iron County$14,550.00$9,850.00
13High Desert Trail Mapping and Signing: The project sponsor has entered into an agreement with other local counties on the High Desert OHV Trail. They are ready to move forward with signing and marking their portion of the trail that consists of Class B roads that are approximately 110 miles long. Minor trail maintenance will take place while the county is marking the trail.Millard County$54,560.00$30,875.00
16Digital Trail Mapping, Jamboree Event App, Higher Desert Trail Cultural Clearance: This grant has three components, the project sponsor intends to digitalize 300 miles of trails on popular OHV mobile application, create an event app for their jamboree, and working on cultural clearance for the High Desert Trail in Beaver County. In addition to the three components listed above, the project sponsor also plans to use the funding to print pocket companion guides that will be distributed to local tourist locations.Beaver County$230,000.00$189,000.00
17OHV Program Trail Crew:  Funding for this grant will be used to expand the current trail crew from two people to six members. This trail crew will be trained and have proficient skills in trail maintenance and building, along with larger machine operations to help organizations and partners with statewide OHV projects.Utah State OHV Program$100,000.00$52,500.00
18Trail Crew UTV Purchase:  This grant intends to purchase a 50” two-seater UTV. This UTV would help the project sponsor by limiting the number of machines in the total fleet while still being flexible enough to fit on any trail. In addition, it will also help their crew have the proper transportation to project sites and they continue to perform trail maintenance, trail construction, and other infrastructure-related development for motorized recreation.Utah State OHV Program$30,000.00$15,000.00
19Youth Education Specialist: The funding from this grant will provide the opportunity for the OHV Program to employ a seasonal Youth Education Specialist. This position is intended to increase youth participation and education when it comes to OHV use in the state of Utah. The funding will be utilized over a two-year period.Utah State OHV Program$97,200.00$44,000.00
20Reopening Illegal Road Closures: The project sponsor’s request is to seek funds to reimburse travel expenses and staff time required to reopen illegally closed roads and trails throughout Utah.Rural Opportunity Ventures$13,000.00$8,000.00
Total$1,027.679.00$597,967.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q4 – April

#April 2021SponsorTotal Project
Value
FIG Funding
1Purchase of Mini-skid for Trail Work: To assist with the constant repairs required on Moab’s FO 3,900 miles of motorized trails, they are requesting funding to purchase a mini skid-steer.Bureau of Land Management – Moab Field Office$49,250.00$38,000.00
2Paiute Trail Maintenance 2022: This grant would assist with the maintenance and management of the entire Paiute, Great Western, Gooseberry, and associated trail system. Projects include trail signage (directional, informational, interpretive, and regulatory)  and maintenance of existing signs. They also intend to maintain these trails by logging out brush, removing rocks, repairing tread, and diverting water. Funding will also be spent on the installation of cattle guards, barriers, and bridges. Trail data will also be collected on the entire system with the installation of over 60 trail counters and eight cameras to monitor use patterns.Fishlake National Forest$243,000.00$116,000.00
3West Paiute Trail Picnic Tables: The purpose of this project is to enhance and improve the OHV experience in the Fishlake National Forest. The project sponsor intends to purchase 11 aluminum picnic tables. The tables will be placed along the Paiute ATV Trail on the west side of the Fishlake National Forest.Paiute Trail Committee$14,304.00$9,240.00
4Beaver Main Street Trailhead: Funding will be used to purchase a vacant lot at the corner of Main St. and 600 North and will allow OHV access to the Beaver Trailhead. The purchase of the lot offers an opportunity to have a trailhead on Main Street with direct access to the Paiute Trail.Tushar Mountain ATV Club$90,000.00$76,500.00
5Iron Off-road Rally (Original request for $58,816.00): This grant would assist in the creation of an annual two-day rally in Iron County to showcase OHV opportunities on 12  trails. The sponsor intends to purchase rally items and an enclosed trailer for the event and future use.Cedar City Area Chamber of Commerce$75,835.00$28,590.00
6OHV Program Statewide Trail Cat Purchase: Funding will assist with the purchase of a new trail cat (preferably a Sutter 500).  The sponsor currently has one loaner trail cat that can be used by volunteers, State/Federal land managing agencies, or Division staff for OHV trail maintenance and construction. The sponsor’s goal is to have a second trail cat in order to meet the loaner requests and to assist with the OHV Program’s trail crew as the need arises.Division of Parks & Recreation – OHV Program$86,920.00$40,000.00
7Three Kiosks Fiscal Incentive Grant: Funding will be used to purchase and install three kiosks in Kanosh’s town center, at Marysvale’s new trailhead, and at the Butch Cassidy Childhood Home.Paiute Trail Committee$13,169.00$10,797.00
8Area Trail Riding Promotion Near the City of Blanding: The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Blanding. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Blanding to maximize exposure.City of Blanding$52,220.00$38,100.00
9Blanding City “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Blanding in San Juan County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.
 
Three Trails:

– Recapture Rim
– Arch Canyon
– Hotel Rock
City of Blanding$12,150.00$10,500.00
10Area Trail Riding Promotion Near the City of Richfield: The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Richfield. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Richfield to maximize exposure.Richfield$52,220.00$38,100.00
11City of Richfield “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Richfield City in Sevier County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. 
Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Three Trails:

– Devil’s Armchair
– Dairy Canyon
– Glenwood to Koosharem
Richfield$12,775.00$10,500.00
12Arapeen OHV Trail Maintenance: Funding will be used to rent a mini-excavator for four months in 2021-2022 (two months each year). The sponsor is also asking for funding to help pay a portion of the salary of a GS-3 and one GS-5 for a month each year. In addition, the funding will help with associated fuel costs for the mini-excavator.Manti-La Sal National Forest$69,200.00$30,000.00
13Color County OHV Trail Maintenance Vehicle & Supplies (Original request for $53,000.00): The sponsor intends to use funds to purchase a 1-ton rated truck to pull their skid-steer and trailer to remote locations. The truck would be purchased through a state contract and fitted with a flatbed to carry the necessary skid-steer accessories. In addition, the sponsor will use the funding to purchase trail markers, decals, maps, and pedestal map displays. Picnic tables and cattle guards will also be installed as needed. Requested funding for trail signage would total $1,500.Iron County$3,000.00$1,500.00
14Area Trail Riding Promotion Near the City of Eureka:  The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Eureka. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Eureka to maximize exposure.City of Eureka$52,220.00$38,100.00
15Eureka City “Trail 360 Project” Mapping:  The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Eureka in  Juab County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. 
Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Three Trails:

– Pigeon Creek
– Maple Creek
– Spring City Burnout Fork
City of Eureka$12,150.00$10,500.00
16Town of Hanksville “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Hanksville in Wayne County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. 
Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Three Trails:

– Henrie Mountain Crescent Creek, Bull Mountain Loop
– Roost Rim Loop
– Factory Butte
Hanksville$12,775.00$10,500.00
17Area Trail Riding Promotion Near the City of Hanksville:  The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Hanksville. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Hanksville to maximize exposure.Hanksville$52,220.00$38,100.00
18Area Trail Riding Promotion Near the City of Ticaboo:  The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Ticaboo. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Ticaboo to maximize exposure.Friends of Ticaboo$52,220.00$38,100.00
19Orderville “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Orderville in Kane County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking. 

Three Trails:

– 4 Mile Canyon to Kanab Creek
– Barracks, Elephant Cove, Harris Mountain, Clay Flats
– Poverty Flats
City of Orderville$12,775.00$10,500.00
20Area Trail Riding Promotion Near Orderville, UT: The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Orderville. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Orderville to maximize exposure.City of Orderville$14,465.00$12,500.00
21Area Trail Riding Promotion Near the City of Delta:  The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Delta. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Delta to maximize exposure.Delta City$52,220.00$38,100.00
22Area Trail Riding Promotion Near Green River: The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Green River. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Green River to maximize exposure.Green River$52,220.00$38,100.00
232022 Uintah-Wasatch-Cache Motorized Program Grant: Funding will be used to maintain priority-level motorized trails across UWC. This includes single-track and OHV routes on the five zones of the forest. Each zone will complete a mix of general and heavy trail maintenance on 434 miles of trail. The sponsor also intends to complete a trail reroute on the Pleasant Grove Ranger District, continued improvements of trailhead and trail junction signage, and travel management during designated seasons, with in-person interactions.Uintah-Wasatch-Cache National Forest$192,300.00$100,000.00
24Green River “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Green River in Emery County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking. 

Three Trails:

– Tusher Rim
– Crystal Geyser
– Lost Springs
Green River$12,775.00$10,500.00
25Emery County Public Lands & Trails – Motorcycle: This grant would allow for the purchase of a motorcycle to replace the county’s personal and borrowed motorcycle. The machine will be used to do inventory and maintenance on single-track and other trails. Maintenance includes general trail work, placing educational signage in kiosks, and placing trail markers.Emery County$15,200.00$9,000.00
26Trails Crew: Funding would pay a few members of their trail committee for the hundreds of hours of work a year they have put into OHV trails alongside the BLM and Forest Service trails. The advisory council requested proof of insurance, employee-related risk, and workers comp to be covered by the sponsor.Emery County Travel Bureau$14,450.00$7,800.00
28Uintah County Trails Webpage (Original request for $8,570.00): This grant would provide funding to create a central location for locals and visitors to get detailed maps and descriptions of places to visit. The county intends to create a centralized web page where off-road enthusiasts can get the trail maps, photos, and descriptions of all that Uintah County has to offer.Uintah County$13,570.00$5,000.00
29Uintah County Trails Blade: This grant would allow for the purchase of a six-way blade to attach to the county’s skid steer. This accessory would assist with maintaining current trails and cutting new ones.Uintah County$4,286.00$2,143.00
30Uintah County Motocross Sprinkler System: The sponsor would like to purchase a watering system to maintain 5,700 feet of soil during the races at Uintah County’s Buckskin Hills sports complex. The system would replace the currently shared water truck.Uintah County$234,200.00$149,200.00
32Enterprise “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Enterprise in Washington County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Three Trails:

– Pilot Peak, Black Canyon
– Enterprise Reservoir, Slaughter Creek Loop
– Bull Valley, North Hills
Enterprise$12,775.00$10,500.00
33Area Trail Riding Promotion Near Enterprise:  The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Enterprise. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Enterprise to maximize exposure.Enterprise$52,200.00$38,100.00
35Trail Signage: The sponsor has developed an ATV trail system that interconnects with the existing Paiute ATV trail. Funding would go towards the purchase of equipment to install signs and do future trail maintenance. This includes a  mini-excavator with an active thumb, a post-hole auger, a jackhammer attachment, and a tandem axle trailer.  Also, funding is requested to hire a two-person crew working approximately 40 hours per week for 12 weeks, to install the signage.Beaver County$90,000.00$65,000.00
36Safety & Ethics Promotion to Air on AYL (50th Anniversary Celebration): The sponsor intends to build upon a series of safety and ethics messages that are currently being promoted by the Utah ATV Association.  These features will be aired on television and on social media with the help of At Your Leisure. Three professional broadcast segments (two to three minutes each) will air on KTVX Channel 4 in Salt Lake as part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the OHV Program. Additionally, 26  30-second public service announcements (two per week) will air on KTVX and be available on the AYL website, the sponsor’s website, and State Parks’ website.Utah 4-Wheel Drive Association$24,300.00$17,800.00
37Area Trail Riding Promotion Near Ferron City:  The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Ferron. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Ferron to maximize exposure.Ferron City$52,220.00$38,100.00
38Ferron City “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Ferron City in Emery County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Three Trails:

– Slipper Arch, Eagle Canyon, Eva Connover Loop
– Copper Globe
– Wrigley Res, Ferron Res, Duck Fork Loop
Ferron City$12,150.00$10,500.00
39Wayne County “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Western Wayne County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Three Trails:

– Tidwell Slopes
– Sam’s Mesa
– Loa to Escalante
Wayne County$12,775.00$10,500.00
40Area Trail Riding Promotion Western Wayne County:  The sponsor’s request is to seek funds to help promote the availability of their trails with the intent to disperse use and promote tourism around Wayne County. Three feature episodes shot on location will air on TV. Fifty-two 30-second ads will also air on KTVX and other selected stations during the same time period.  At Your Leisure TV will promote the episodes before and after the “on-air” showing. The episodes will be made available to Utah State Parks and Wayne County to maximize exposure.Wayne County$52,220.00$38,100.00
42The City of Delta “Trail 360 Project” Mapping: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Delta City in Millard County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Two Trails:

Segment of Cricket Mountain
Segment of Conger Mountain
Delta City$12,775.00$10,500.00
43OHV Junior Ranger Program Incentive Items: The sponsor is asking for assistance in purchasing incentive items for Junior Rangers upon completion of the program. Funding will also help develop the OHV Junior Ranger program, encourage younger generations to become more involved in OHV recreation, and potentially create a future generation with fewer OHV related injuries.Division of Parks & Recreation – OHV Program$16,800.00$11,000.00
44Justensen Flats Trailhead Improvement Project: With OHV visitation skyrocketing in the Swell, the sponsor intends to expand and harden the parking area at Justensen Flats Trailhead. They also intend to make improvements to the trailhead’s two main trails and replace the old post and rail fence with large boulders or other appropriate barriers.Bureau of Land Management – Price Field Office$55,000.00$35,000.00
46360 Trails Project Video for Three Trails: The sponsor’s request is to engage and complete geosynchronous video trail mapping of three trails near Ticaboo in Garfield County. These maps will then be uploaded for users to view. Geosynchronous video trail mapping provides a way for the public to take a virtual tour of OHV trails with detailed images. This allows people to decide in advance whether a given trail is within their abilities and whether they will find the terrain, scenery, views, parking, etc. to their liking.

Three Trails:

– Bull Creek Pass Scenic Byway
– Red Canyon
– Angel’s Point Loop
Friends of Ticaboo$11,100.00$10,500.00
Total$1,978,424.00$1,261,570.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q3 – January

#January 2021SponsorTotal Project ValueFIG Funding
1Great Western & Gooseberry Trail Signing 2021: Installation of 87 signs, along with two single-panel kiosks and four double-panel kiosks across two trail systems.Paiute Trail Committee$26,236.00$12,500.00
2West Paiute Trail Signing 2021: Installation of 11 new kiosks, one map board, and 18 new trail signs to complete the signing for the West Paiute trail system.Paiute Trail Committee$24,974.00$12,500.00
3Paiute Helmet Program: Provide helmets to youth in need through a joint partnership with the Forest Service, BLM, and six rural Utah County Sheriffs and local police departments. In addition, funding will be utilized to distribute helmets at the four Jamboree events in the County.Paiute Trail Committee$18,745.00$12,500.00
49 Mile Trail Counter Project: Installation of four TRAFx counters. Two will be placed along 9 Mile Canyon Road, one in Cottonwood Canyon, and one in Dry Canyon.Carbon County Office of Tourism$3,221.00$2,221.00
5Paiute & Great Western Trail Map Book: Reprinting and updating this map book to incorporate a total of six individual map series and several USGS quad maps. In total, this map book will cover 4,900 square miles of South Central Utah. The project sponsor intends to print 2,000-4,000 copies with a retail cost of $20.00.Paiute Trail Committee$30,000.00$12,500.00
650th Anniversary OHV Program Promotion & Marketing: Promotion, marketing, and education on the accomplishments of the OHV Program over the last 50 years. Funding will be utilized to have four in-person events, approximately 20 TV segments, with increased social media presence, and a photo scavenger hunt.Division of Parks & Recreation – OHV Program$90,000.00$12,500.00
7At Your Leisure Trail Promotional Episode: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded in Ticaboo, UT. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown once a week.Ticaboo Town$13,500.00$12,500.00
8Enclosed Trailer Purchase: Purchase of a 24’ enclosed trailer to replace their existing trailer that has been deemed unsafe for hauling OHV machines. In addition to hauling, the trailer will be used to protect and carry equipment, gear, trail material, and tools associated with the general daily operations of the OHV Program.Division of Parks & Recreation – OHV Program$16,000.00$12,500.00
9Trail Crew UTV Purchase: Purchase a Honda Pioneer UTV to assist the OHV Program’s trail crew as they perform trail maintenance, trail construction, and other tasks related to infrastructure development for motorized recreation.Division of Parks & Recreation – OHV Program$21,500.00$12,500.00
10Escalante OHV Trail Advertising & Promotion: Production and broadcast of a 3 to 5-minute feature story that will be aired on a nationally distributed OHV program. Funding will also assist in social media advertisement to promote trails in Escalante.Escalante City$13,675.00$12,500.00
11Google Street View Mapping, Escalante Area: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in Escalante, UT. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Pine Creek, Posey Lake Road, Griffin Top, Main Canyon
– McGaff Lake, Jacobs Res, Roundy Res
– Cedar Wash, Hole in the Rock, Collet Top
Escalante City$11,325.00$10,500.00
12360 Trails Project Video for Three Trails: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in Green River, UT. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Lower San Rafael Loop
Dry Lakes
Devils Race Track
Green River City$11,100.00$10,500.00
13360 Trails Project Video for Three Trails: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in Ticaboo, UT. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Indian Springs
– Wolverine, Lampshade
Big Ridge
Ticaboo Town$11,100.00$10,500.00
14At Your Leisure Trail Promotional Episode: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded in Ephraim, UT. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown once a week.Ephraim City$13,100.00$12,100.00
16At Your Leisure Trail Promotional Episode: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded in Piute County. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown once a week.Piute County$13,500.00$12,500.00
17360 Trails Project Video for Three Trails: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in the area of Piute County. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Circleville to Panguitch
Marysvale to Fremont Indian State Park
– The Maze Mining District
Piute County$11,100.00$10,500.00
18Tropic, UT Trail Riding Opportunity Advertising: The city of Tropic will produce and broadcast a feature story over a network of TV stations across the state and around the nation to highlight the opportunities that Tropic has to offer to OHV enthusiasts.City of Tropic$13,675.00$12,500.00
19Tropic, UT Digital Trail Mapping: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in the area of Tropic, UT. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Cottonwood
– Skutumpah
– Widtsoe Junction
City of Tropic$11,100.00$10,500.00
20360 Trails Project Video for Three Trails: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in the area of Marysvale, UT. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Marysvale to Otter Creek
– Marysvale to Circleville
– Marysvale to Richfield
Marysvale Town$11,100.00$10,500.00
21OHV Emergency Medical Training Program: Develop and deliver an OHV Medical Training program to treat the specific types of injuries unique to OHV accidents and events in remote areas. Participants will be recruited directly from organized OHV clubs. Attendance will be restricted to people that can be verified as part of the OHV community. The OHV Medical training course would be free of charge to individuals verifiable as part of the OHV community.Utah Off-Road$15,000.00$12,500.00
22Safety & Ethics Promotion to Air on AYL (50th Anniversary): Collaboration with AYL to produce 3 short training clips that will air on KTVX4. After the episode is run on TV, a series of twenty-six 30-second public service announcements will air twice a week.

Safety 1
Safety 2
Safety 3
Utah ATV Association$24,300.00$12,500.00
23360 Trails Project Video for Three Trails: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in the area of Joseph, UT. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

Joseph to Fremont Indian State Park
– Joseph to Fillmore
– Joseph to Richfield
Joseph Town$11,100.00$10,500.00
24At Your Leisure Trail Promotional Episode: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded in Joseph, UT. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown once a week. Joseph Town$13,500.00$12,500.00
25At Your Leisure Trail Promotional Episode: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded in Marysvale, UT. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown once a week.Marysvale Town$13,500.00$12,500.00
26At Your Leisure Trail Promotional Episode: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded in Salina, UT. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown once a week.North Sevier Recreation, Salina City$13,500.00$12,500.00
27360 Trails Project Video for Three Trails: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in the area of Salina, UT. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Salina to Gooseberry
– Salina to Scipio & Yuba
– Salina Over Pahvant to Richfield & Fillmore
North Sevier Recreation, Salina City$11,100.00$10,500.00
30Delineating Hurrah Pass 4WD Trail: Creation of more substantial fences to allow for delineation along 3.5 miles of trail on a Class D road.Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA)$25,000.00$12,500.00
31Travel Management Planning Engagement: The applicant intends to spend three days documenting routes in the San Rafael Desert to establish the most threatened routes and access areas. With this information, they will hold a total of five meetings to present their findings to the local officials, stakeholders, and the OHV community in the area.Sage Riders Motorcycle Club of Utah$25,000.00$12,500.00
33Western Washington County 360 Trail Mapping: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of four trails in the Western area of Washington County. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Four Trails:

– The Pinnacles
– Stud Horse Draw
– Mineral Mountain
– Little Creek
Tri-State ATV Club$11,325.00$10,500.00
34Western Washington County OHV Trail Advertising & Promotion: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded in the Western area of Washington County. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown twice a week.Tri-State ATV Club$13,675.00$12,500.00
37Kane County 360 Trail Mapping: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in Eastern and Central Kane County. The applicant intends to follow the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.

Three Trails:

– Great Western Trail – Eagle Sink
– Crocodile – Johnson
– Clay Flat, Harris Mountain, Red Knoll
UT/AZ ATV Club$11,325.00$10,500.00
38Area Trail Riding Promotion Near Central & Eastern Kane County: At Your Leisure (AYL) will record a TV episode on the location of one of the 360 Trails that have been recorded near Central or Eastern Kane County. The episode will air on KUTV4 and after it airs, eight 30-second advertisements will be shown twice a week.UT/AZ ATV Club$13,675.00$12,500.00
39Butch Cassidy OHV Trail Connector Feasibility Study: Funding to conduct a study on the feasibility of connecting the Piute OHV trail extension and the Butch Cassidy Boyhood Home. The proposed feasibility study would include route alternative analysis and recommend the best route alternative based on property ownership, NEPA, public safety, and cost.Piute County$13,700.00$12,500.00
40Trails Equipment – Side By Side: Purchase an SxS to carry equipment and make it easier for volunteers to access harder-to-reach areas.Emery County Travel Bureau$28,500.00$12,500.00
41Trails Equipment – Trailers, Signs & Tablets: Purchase of a trailer to pull behind their SxS in order to carry equipment. In addition, funding would be used to purchase tablets and signage.Emery County Travel Bureau$8,100.00$4,850.00
46Color County OHV Trail Maintenance Shop: Purchase of a prefabricated shop that will be located on county property. The shop will allow county employees a place to work on OHV trail supplies and equipment used to maintain their trail systems.Iron County$14,730.00$12,230.00
47Garfield County Trails System Maintenance: Funding will assist in hiring a full-time, seasonal equipment operator to focus solely on OHV trail maintenance within the county.Garfield County$25,000.00$12,500.00
Total$656,981.00$423,901.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q2 – October

#October 2020SponsorTotal Project ValueFIG Funding
1360 OHV Trail Mapping of the Sanpitch Mountains: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of approximately 115 miles of OHV routes on the Sanpitch mountain range. The applicant would be following the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.Sanpete County Travel & Economic Development$7,000.00$6,300.00
2Surrounding Big Ridge Trail System OHV Signage & Maintenance: This proposal intends to place, refurbish, and maintain signage along with the Big Ridge ATV network and other OHV routes in the area.Garfield County$25,000.00$12,500.00
3Color County OHV Trail Maintenance: Funding will go towards purchasing and installing wood rail fencing at the Lower Bear Valley Trailhead, two OHV helmets with communication capabilities, a UTV cab enclosure, snowblower accessories for a skid steer, and miscellaneous trail maintenance supplies. In addition, Iron County intends to purchase and install a trail navigation system to aid in trail development and maintenance.Iron County$20,532.00$11,300.00
4Uintah County Trails: Purchase of a 2021 Polaris RZR4 XP1000 Sport and a single axle trailer for haul the side by side to replace the counties part-time Trail Coordinators personal machine. This machine and trailer will be utilized to develop and maintain the Uintah County Trails System.Uintah County$21,600.00$12,500.00
6Strike Ravine Trail Signage: Funding is intended to assist with the installation of information kiosks at the four entrances of private land, trail markers, and the placement of proper signage dictating where the public can operate legally.San Juan County Road Department$7,147.00$5,231.00
7Wellington OHV Trail – Phase 2: The second phase of this project consists of purchasing and installing privacy fencing for a trail that is located alongside residential homes.Wellington City$21,460.00$12,500.00
8Statewide OHV Volunteer Trail Tools: The purchase of shovels, handsaws, pickaxes, and chainsaw safety items to assist with fast and efficient project completion. These tools would be used by the OHV Program’s Trail Host volunteers.Division of Parks & Recreation – OHV Program$25,000.00$12,500.00
9Participation in Utah – Forest Plan Revisions: Funding will be used to assist with the Manti-La Sal Forest Plan by providing quality input based on thorough analysis and fieldwork. RwR intends to work with the Manti-La Sal National Forest in order to influence and lay the groundwork for a balanced subsequent Forest Plan.Ride with Respect (RwR)$18,400.00$11,200.00
Total$146,139.00$84,031.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY21 Q1 – July

#July 2020SponsorTotal Project ValueFIG Funding
3Sanpitch Mountain OHV Trailhead & Access Improvements: Create an aggregated trailhead parking lot west of the town of Wales, Utah, and the addition of tread material on the Wales Canyon road near the trailhead.Sanpete Travel & Economic Development$16,000.00$8,170.00
4Kiosk Grant 4 Locations – Sevier County: The installation and rehabilitation of four kiosks in Sevier County. Locations include Koosharem town center, which already has an existing kiosk that needs work. Richfield Visitor Center, the construction of a kiosk. Saul’s Meadow, the construction of a kiosk with a map and safety rules at trailhead PST 66. Lastly, the Richfield KOA is set to install a new sign with map and safety rules at an existing kiosk.Paiute Trail Committee$8,458.00$4,299.00
5360 OHV Trail Mapping: Funding will be utilized to create 360 video trail mapping of three trails in Piute County. The applicant would be following the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.Piute County$11,076.00$10,500.00
6Trails Equipment: The purchase of a 24’ gooseneck trailer to mobilize the county’s trail cat and OHV. In addition, this request is to fund the purchase of approximately 30 culverts and miscellaneous hand tools/equipment.Emery County Travel Bureau$15,500.00$7,750.00
Total$51,034.00$30,649.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q4 – April

#April 2020SponsorTotal Project ValueFIG Funding
1Trail Maintenance Position: Funds to hire a seasonal trail maintenance worker from July 1st-October 31st, 2020. This seasonal will be tasked with repairing and replacing trail signage and kiosks as well as trailhead and restroom maintenance in Tooele County.Tooele County Trails$20,270.00$8,750.00
2Ride for Life Rally – Part 2: Purchase of a 24′ enclosed trailer, a trailer wrap, porta-potties, and fire extinguishers for the Ride for Life Rally.Utah ATV Association$17,000.00$11,400.00
3Color County OHV Trail Maintenance / Mapping: Planning and design for proposed new trail construction, mapping route changes for existing trail segments, maintenance, and repair of cattleguards and fences. The proposed work will keep the trail system up to date and help visitors maneuvering the trails properly.Iron County$24,793.00$12,500.00
Total$62,063.00$32,650.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q3 – January

#January 2020SponsorTotal Project ValueFIG Funding
1OHV Related Incidents SAR Operations: The purchase of a new motorcycle, matching funds will be used to purchase a second motorcycle. These motorcycles will be utilized in OHV rescue operations and will replace the two borrowed 1996 motorcycles so they can be returned to the Utah Division of State Parks & Recreation.Emery County Sheriff’s Office SAR$9,506.00$4,753.00
2West Paiute Trail Improvements: Installation of three picnic tables, three interpretive panels, and one kiosk along the Bear Hollow, Paradise, and White Pine areas on the Paiute Trail.Paiute Trail Committee$11,877.00$5,500.00
3Paiute, Gooseberry & Great Western Trail Data Collection: The purchase of 22 trail counters which would replace the old ones that have been used on the Paiute trail for the last 10-15 years.Paiute Trail Committee$10,240.00$5,000.00
4Poison Spider Trailhead Improvements: Paving the entrance to Poison Spider trailhead to improve access and reduce maintenance. In addition, this proposal would fund the improvement of drainage along the trailhead entrance road as well as paving and striping the parking lot.Bureau of Land Management – Moab Field Office$37,500.00$12,500.00
5Improvements to the Badlands Trail System & Others: Offset the expenses of volunteers as well as the purchase of trail signage, stickers, and hardware.Utah OHV Advocates$14,000.00$8,000.00
6Ride For Life Rally (Original request for $12,500.00): The purchase of a trailer for the Ride for Life Rally, secure booth space, shade umbrellas, tables, grill, coolers, develop website content, and items for the event. This proposal was reduced by $1,900 because the Council did not feel comfortable recommending the funding of the sponsor’s permit insurance.Utah ATV Association$17,000.00$10,600.00
7Color County OHV Trail Maintenance – 2020: Improve trail safety and signage along specific sections of trails on the Markagunt, Parowan Gap, Old West, and the North Hill trail. 72” blade attachment to clear brush and vegetation.Iron County$10,662.00$8,490.00
8Piute EMS OHV Educational Video Series: Contract with At Your Leisure to create 2 EMS education videos. These two videos will be shown on At Your Leisure, ABC 4, and DNR social media.Piute County$13,000.00$12,000.00
9Garfield County Trail Maintenance (Original request for $12,300.00): Purchase trail maintenance equipment that will be used by local OHV clubs. This proposal was reduced by $800 because the Council did not feel comfortable recommending the purchase of 10 trail cameras and felt it was a law enforcement issue.Garfield County$23,000.00$11,500.00
10PLEAA Trail Maintenance Trailers: Purchase of two 50-inch trailers and one regular trailer to provide better access to equipment when maintaining recreational areas.Public Lands Equal Access Alliance (PLEAA)$31,748.00$12,500.00
12360 OHV Trail Mapping: Creating 360 video trail mapping of four trails in Sanpete County. The applicant would be following the existing structure that Utah State Parks & Recreation OHV Program has already established.


Four Trails:

Ephraim Loop
Mt. Pleasant Loop
Manti Loop
Palisade State Park Loop
Sanpete County$14,000.00$12,500.00
14Moab Tools, Transportation, & Trail Hosting: This proposal would fund two items that were approved by an RTP grant from 2017, but which had to be substituted because of the Buy American Act. The project would also fund another two years of trail hosting for Ride with Respect volunteers.Ride with Respect (RwR)$22,000.00$12,500.00
Total$214,533.00$115,843.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q2 – October

#October 2019SponsorTotal Project ValueFIG Funding
1Radio System for Utah County OHV Emergency Response Vehicle: The purchase and installation of a dual-band Motorola APX 8500 radio with a build-in waterproof case to shield it from the elements.Utah County Sheriff Emergency Services$11,000.00$5,500.00
2Color County OHV Trail Equipment Attachments: Procure skid steer attachments for OHV trailhead and trail maintenance throughout the year. These attachments include brush cutters for general maintenance and the posthole auger will be used to install kiosks at designated trailheads and parking lots.Iron County$9,052.00$8,452.00
3OHV Related Incidents SAR Operations: The purchase of a new motorcycle, matching funds will be used to purchase a second motorcycle. These motorcycles will be utilized in OHV rescue operations and will replace the two borrowed 1996 motorcycles so they can be returned to the Utah Division of State Parks & Recreation.Emery County Sheriff’s Office SAR$9,578.00$4,789.00
4Storage and Transport Trailer for OHV Event Seating & Equipment: The purchase of a 27-30′ enclosed trailer for storage and transportation of seating and equipment to and from events. The Piute Chamber will allow other organizations hosting OHV events to utilize the trailer and its content when it is not in use.Piute Chamber of Commerce$17,000.00$12,500.00
7Wayfinding Signs for Piute Trail: Purchase of 40+ various wayfinding signs along the Piute trail. These wayfinding signs will be more than typical trail markers and will consist of distance markers, throttle down and speed limit signs.Piute County$16,532.00$12,500.00
Total$63,162.00$43,741.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 Q1 – July

#July 2019SponsorTotal Project ValueFIG Funding
1OHV Trail Maintenance & Protection Equipment: The purchase of tools and equipment for various clubs and organizations to check out for trail maintenance and protection projects.Utah OHV Advocates$16,460.00$12,500.00
2White Pine Trailhead Restroom: Funding the purchase of a single stall vaulted toilet to accommodate the growing number of visitors.Tooele County Trails$25,000.00$12,500.00
3Sand Mountain OHV Trail Marking & Kiosk Installation: Erection of five kiosks and the creation of a comprehensive trail marking system. Four kiosks will be placed at primary entrance points and a fifth kiosk will be at a commonly used composting toilet. Permanent signs and templates will be created for clarity and marking connector trails.Utah Public Lands Alliance (UPLA)$16,600.00$8,650.00
4Wellington City OHV Trail Connector: Material to create a safe and scenic connector trail for the community and tourists. This trail will allow easy access to iconic locations and ensure riders stay on the established route.Wellington City$45,000.00$12,500.00
6American Fork Canyon Trail Maintenance: The purchase of tools and equipment for BOAR to utilize when maintaining and repairing various locations in American Fork Canyon. The bulk of the funding will be used to create 4 “kits” for volunteers to use on projects and some money will be put towards signage.Backcountry Off-road Adventure Rally (BOAR)$25,000.00$12,500.00
10Ticaboo OHV Mapping Project: The creation and printing of an overview map and eight individual day-use trail maps in color. These maps would provide guidance for the increasing number of OHV users visiting and would cover areas between Lake Powell, Hanksville, Capitol Reef, and trails East of Hite.Ticaboo Town$20,064.00$12,500.00
11Piute Chamber of Events / Paiute Trail Jamboree: The purchase of a portable PA system, the construction of a portable stage, and the promotion of the event through magazines and reading other material. These purchases would go to assist in better accommodating guests while increasing exposure and the number of people attending.Piute Chamber of Commerce$25,000.00$12,500.00
13Paiute & Gooseberry Infrastructure Improvements 2020: On a trail-by-trail basis, Fishlake National Forest would construct twenty-five barriers and five cattle guards to allow for increased size limitations on width-restricted trails.Fishlake National Forest$20,000.00$10,000.00
Total$193,124.00$93,650.00

Fiscal Incentive Grant FY20 – Annual

#FY20 – AnnualSponsorTotal Project ValueAnnual Funding
1Paiute Trail Maintenance – 2021: Maintenance and management of the entire Paiute, Great Western, Gooseberry, and associated trail systems. Maintenance includes trail signage, logging, brushing, rock removal, tread repair, and water diversion. Cattle guards, barriers, and bridges will also be installed and maintenance of existing structures will also occur along 24 trails and trailheads.Fishlake National Forest$182,500.00$90,000.00
2Trail Cat for Trail Development & Maintenance: Purchase of a multi-purpose trail cat with associated implements and trailer. The equipment will be managed and maintained by the Garfield County Trails Association.Garfield County$153,017.00$113,017.00
3OHV Obstruction Removal: Removal of large rock slides which closed access to the Big Ridge ATV Network from North Hatch Canyon.Garfield County$45,000.00$40,000.00
4Wayne County Trails Project: Purchase of an ATV, tools, and an enclosed trailer to assist in gathering trail information which will be used to develop and comprehensive Wayne County Trails Map for the public.Wayne County$23,000.00$15,000.00
5OHV Trail Crew: Funding will be used to hire two seasonal employees to work on a statewide OHV trail crew that will help assist agencies and partners complete trail work.Division of Parks & Recreation – OHV Program$70,000.00$35,000.00
6Bumble Bee OHV Trail Planning & Equipment Purchase: Purchase of a skid steer to assist with maintenance of the entire Color County OHV Trail system. Establishment of the Bumble Bee trail segments and the development and printing of OHV trail brochures for the Old West, North Hills, and Markagunt trails.Iron County$78,375.00$35,000.00
7Bobcat for Trail Development & Maintenance: Purchase of a multi-purpose trail cat with associated implements and trailer. The equipment will be managed and maintained by the Garfield County Trails Association.Garfield County$138,500.00$103,580.00
8Butch Cassidy Boyhood Home / OHV Trailhead Parking Lot: Removal of existing fencing to allow for an expansion and the installation of an asphalt surface to allow for easy maintenance. Installation of a trailhead kioskGarfield & Piute County$166,240.00$80,000.00
92021 Uinta-Wasatch-Cache Motorized Program Grant: Completing maintenance on priority motorized trails across the U-W-C National Forest. This will include both single-track and OHV routes in five zones. Maintenance includes reroutes, trail construction, improved trail signage, and information available at kiosks. The purchase of a new snowmobile, trailer and safety gear to allow for field presence during winter months.Uinta-Wasatch Cache National Forest$191,500.00$121,500.00
10Marysvale, Paiute Trailheads Parking & Restroom at Two Locations: Create designated parking for OHV riders on the Paiute ATV Trail system in Marysvale. The addition of two vault toilets at the West and East Trailhead with road signage directing traffic to these trailheads.Marysvale Town$171,450.00$115,634.00
11Rock-Crawling Pickup Truck for OHV Trail Work Around Moab: Funds would be used to provide a base truck, custom fabrication, and installation of a carport to assist with scaling large obstacles and the ability to transport up to a few thousand pounds of tools and materials.Ride with Respect (RwR)$106,214.00$69,982.00
12Participating in Bureau of Land Management Travel Management Plans: Ensure OHV participation as the BLM begins implementing its 2017 settlement agreement with the Plaintiffs and the Defendant-Intervenors.Ride with Respect (RwR)$52,000.00$30,000.00
Total$1,377,796.00$848,713.00